Lakewood Park Elementary Important News



2015-2016 Student Calendar Click

 The new 2014-2015 Yearbooks are ready for $15.00 each.  Limit supply left 25


Parent Guides Language Arts for all grades  Click


Parents Guides Math for all grades Click here



School Events

Students report back to school

on August 17, 2015.

Have a safe and wonderful summer!!!!  

READ for 30 minutes a day

and work MATH PROBLEMS!! Do you know your mulitiplication facts???


In the News

Thanks Spanish Lakes Fairway Outreach Group

for Easter Baskets


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Family Literacy Night

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Lakewood Park Elementary Family Character Literacy Night Event was held on October 29, from 5:30 – 7:00 PM.  During the evening event students dressed as their favorite storybook character.  There were special activities through the different grade groups, such as short skits about  favorite books, book reads, make and take for our ELL students and their parents, book fair, read to Eddie, the therapy DOG, and much more!! PTO sold hotdogs, chips, other sweet treats, and pumpkin grams. It was an educational, fun filled night that students and parents enjoyed very much.  We would like to thank the parents and students, who came dressed as their favorite book character, school staff and teachers for coming and making the night a successful one.  We appreciate all that you do to assist the students to a better education.  A special thanks to Sue Frederickson for spear heading the event.  Go Falcons!!

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Welcome Back to School!!!


Students were welcomed back to Lakewood Park Elementary through the Tunnel of Hope by volunteers, staff, parents, Principal Dianne Young, Assistant Principal Tammy Smith and Curious George.  We are excited about the new upcoming 2014-2015 school year.

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Build Healthy Kids

Please click on English or Spanish Version!

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The Falcon Find Website

Click and enjoy The Falcon Find Website

Thanks to  Rachel Alexander for the many hours of time and talent she has invested to develop such a wonderful webquest for all of our young Falcons.  What an exciting way to encourage reading in a world driven by technology.

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Loving the lagoon

Loving the lagoon

Read about “Loving the lagoon”

Manatee eating elephant ears on Ten Mile Creek, Fort Pierce Florida.

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Cooking with your child

Taking the time to cook with your kids can incorporate all elements of the curriculum.  Reading the recipes build reading skills and comprehension, measuring out the ingredients is math, the blending and creating of the ingredients is science, the origin of the ingredients is social studies and the nutrients of the final items are health.  Not to mention just having fun spending time creating something with your child.  LWPE would like to share some of their favorite recipes (or some that we thought you might like) with you.  Try a few, share some, and enjoy creating some with your kids.  If you have a recipe you would like to share please send it to me at

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